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A trained pharmacist and a physician who specialises in dermatology, he is believed to count celebrities such as Jerry Hall, Nicole Scherzinger, Jennifer Lopez and Kim Cattrall on his client list.His skincare range is sold around the world and also is the director of the Murad Inclusive Medical Group, and Murad Research Laboratories as well as being an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA.Sculptor Antony Gormley is to receive a knighthood, Met Office chief scientist Professor Julia Slingo will become a dame and broadcaster Nicholas Parsons and actor Michael Crawford will both receive CBEs. For services to Cartography and voluntary service to the National Autistic Society and the Boys' Brigade. Life president, Federation for Detached Youth Work, Leicester and Chair of Trustees, Belvedere Community Activity Centre, Liverpool. (Liverpool, Merseyside)Professor Robin Anthony Jeffery Eady. For services to the Unemployed and the community in Epsom, Surrey. General Practitioner and Medical director, Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People.Other women on the list included entrepreneur Karren Brady, NHS campaigner Julie Bailey and 1969 Wimbledon winner Ann Jones, who will all receive CBEs. Head, London 2012 Games Team, Health and Safety Executive. For services to Palliative Care for Children and Young People.Experts have long warned that UV rays from the sun are harmful to our skin.But according to one skincare specialist, our smartphones and computers can cause just as much damage as the sun.
Demonstrating how effective sunscreen with lutein is, Dr Murad shone a blue light on a piece of white card showing the blue light.
In fact, Dr Howard Murad - an American dermatologist to A-list stars including Nicole Scherzinger, Jennifer Lopez, and Jerry Hall - claims that spending four days in front of screens that emit harmful blue rays is the equivalent to 20 minutes in front of the sun.
The expert made his startling comments during a This Morning segment and revealed we can protect ourselves and prevent further damage with an ingredient called lutein, which is found in some sunscreens, and also naturally in food such as goji berries.
You can dim the light on your phone and computer screen to lessen the impact of the blue light, or apply a blue light filter, but it is not guaranteed to prevent damage.
Dr Murad advised that people can also 'eat' natural sunscreen through fruit like pomegranate, watermelon and pink grapefruit, which helps reduce sun damage.'They're antioxidants and anti-inflammatory, so help minimise the damage from the rays,' the medical expert explained.
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